Proxmox has a warm, welcoming community made up of thousands of people around the world. There are lots of ways for you to get involved. The invaluable contributions of Proxmox community members range for example from providing help and advice in the community forum, writing documentation, translations, testing new versions, or developing code.
How to get involved
If you want to start contributing to one of the Proxmox projects but you don’t know where to start, here is a list with some common tasks:
One of the best ways on how to support the open-source projects from Proxmox is a commercial subscription. The Proxmox subscription provides special benefits to you while at the same time it financially supports and thus secures the ongoing development of the projects.
Support Proxmox open-source projects financially:
Around Proxmox there is a friendly community with a lot of active members in the public community forum. It's a great place where you can get help, improve your skills, find announcements, or support other users and share your technical knowledge with them. The forum is a great place to meet other aficionados, developers, users, or make friends.
Join a mailing list
Our mailing lists are also a great communication channel with the Proxmox community and developers via email.
Help with the documentation
If you like technical writing, you can help in producing documentation for one of our Proxmox solutions. Whether it's by writing new articles or improving existing chapters, contributions are always welcome. You can find more details here:
The user interfaces of the Proxmox solutions are available in various languages. Thanks to the support of engaged community members, Proxmox can constantly update translations or add new languagues. You can help with making translations for new languages, new features, or simply by improving incomplete or inconsistent translations you encounter in your language.
If you want to help improve and make the Proxmox webinterfaces (GUI) available to users in your language, find more at:
Testing, contributing code or bug fixes
If you like to code and develop on new features, or you found a bug and want to report it or submit a bugfix, you can find out more on the Developers page